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Ogteah, a restless and tormented soul, travels north, only to wind up in trouble that threatens his father's peace efforts. Through Ogteah, Ms. Saadia dives deep into the dynamics of father-son relationships, and him not knowing who is his mother.
Gayeri is just wanting to avoid trouble within the village where she was captured and now adopted. Ogteah enters and forces change in her life. Their story is one of great adventure, danger, trouble, and intrigue. One cannot hope but to root for the two of them.
I once again wish to thank Zoe Saadia for her devotion to pre-Columbus America.